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"Little children from the moment they are weaned are making their way towards independence" - Maria Montessori


EPL( Exercise  of Practical life): Practical life activities have a purpose to develop motor skills, order, independence, coordination and the most important concentration. These activities bring the sense of satisfaction, feeling of encouragement and inner peace in a child. It boosts self-esteem and consequently develops social skills. There is a particular way of doing the activities in a Montessori environment: those orders and techniques help the child to develop the respect of the surrounding.

Sensorial: Hands are the tools for human’s intelligence. Learning begins at birth, the child tries to put everything in its mouth, shakes it, bites it. Which shows he explores through taste, get responsive to rattles sound, gets excited on looking at the fan. Through sensorial activities the child refines her senses and also learns to classify, discriminate and differentiate and ultimately develops his logic, perception, consciousness and awareness.

 Sensorial Material include many types of imagery and they are : Gustatory, Olfactory , Tactile, Visual and auditory.


Language: When we converse, we do that with sentences which are made up of words and words are composed of sounds. In the Montessori environment, the language is offered in the form of sounds. The child learns the sounds and tries to put the sounds to make the words. We at BeeZee minds also focus on comprehension development, expressions, and oral skills.

Math: In a Montessori classroom children learn math with hands-on and visual experiences. The child explores the Math material sensorily. Numbers, decimal system, Teens and tens, different operations, fractions, all these concepts are presented in a manner of concrete to abstract. The detailing of the concept in Montessori material helps in deep mastering. 

Culture: Through culture the child gets the opportunity to explore his surrounding. In a Montessori environment the knowledge is provided to see the larger world. Culture includes botany, geography, zoology, science and much more.

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